pre-trial order

An order embodying the terms and stipulations agreed upon at the pre-trial conference or hearing. This order governs the conduct of the trial and binds the parties unless, for good cause shown, the trial judge modifies it. Fed.R.Civil P. 16

Black's law dictionary. . 1990.

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